Eyliad \Ey"li*ad\, n. See {[OE]iliad}.

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • œillade — /œ yädˈ, formerly ālˈyad, ilˈyad or ilˈi ad/ noun (also (Shakespeare) illˈiad or elˈiad and (old) eyliad or eyeliad /īˈli ad/) 1. An ogle 2. A glance or wink (Shakespeare) ORIGIN: Fr œillade, from œil eye …   Useful english dictionary

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